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HiScripter

My Problem is " HideProcessNT.dll " I've tried To edit it on "ollydbg" but i filed

so here the script:

Global $d = @ScriptDir & "\HideProcessNT.dll" ; Here My Problem this file my antivirus think it a virus

$PID1 = ProcessExists("explorer.exe")

Func _PH($PID)

DllCall($d,"long","HideNtProcess","dword",$PID)

EndFunc

Run("taskmgr.exe")

MsgBox(64,"","to hide " & @ScriptName & " press ok")

_PH($PID1)

While 1

Sleep(1000)

WEnd

BUT!! Please any one can edit this file

See it in attachment

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HiScripter

So why do you think that your AV detects this as a Virus?

What are you trying to hide here?

Jos

Because I am going to make special program to protect folders

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HiScripter

Can U Help me? Or ANY ONE!!!!!!!!

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monoscout999

Because I am going to make special program to protect folders

Protect folder from what.

If we ask if beacuse we protect the reputation of autoit.

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HiScripter

Protect folder from what.

If we ask if beacuse we protect the reputation of autoit.

I am no against reputation of Autoit I am trying to get help man please help me if u can hah!

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monoscout999

Then answer. Protect files from what? what is the point of hide a process when you what you want to protect are files? You must understand that hidding process is what usualy virus do. if you understand that, so, Why no answer?

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Jos

Can U Help me? Or ANY ONE!!!!!!!!

Go play somewhere else but not here when it comes to topics like this.

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